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The '''Hispanic Society of America''' is a museum and reference library for the study of the arts and cultures of Spain, Portugal, and Latin America. (Despite the name and the founder's intention, it has never functioned as a learned association.) Founded in 1904 by Archer M. Huntington, the institution is free and open to the public at its original location in a Beaux-Arts architecture|Beaux Arts building on Audubon Terrace (at 155th Street (Manhattan)|155th Street and Broadway (Manhattan)|Broadway) in the lower Washington Heights, Manhattan|Washington Heights area of New York City in the United States. The campus was designated a National Historic Landmark in 2012. In April, 2015 the Society announced the appointment of Philippe de Montebello to chair the Society's Board of Overseers and spearhead a major effort to roughly double the museum's size by renovating the now-vacant,...
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Imagesize250
Latitude40.833521
Longitude-73.946514
Map typeNew York City
Map captionLocation of the Hispanic Society in New York City
Established{{start date and age|1904|May|18|mf=yes}}
LocationNew York City|New York, New York
TypeArt museum
Research library
Collection6,800 paintings
1,000 sculptures
175,000 photographs
250,000 books
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Portuguese literature -- History and criticism Periodicals 36
Portuguese philology -- Periodicals 36
Spanish literature -- History and criticism Periodicals 36
Spanish philology -- Periodicals 36
Spanish literature 27
Portuguese literature 25
Portuguese philology 14
Spanish philology 14
Catalan literature 11
Pottery 11
Pottery, Spanish 11
Catalan 10
Majolica 10
Portuguese 10
Spanish 10
periodical 10
Iberian studies 9
Hispanic Society of America 6
Sorolla, Joaquín, 1863-1923 6
Zuloaga, Ignacio, 1870-1945 6
Painting 5
Goya, Francisco, 1746-1828 4
Pottery, Mexican 4
Tapestry 4
Nautical charts 3
Sorolla, Joaquín, 1863-1923 3
Terra-cotta sculpture 3
World maps 3
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Art 2
Cartography 2
Classical antiquities 2
Costume -- Spain 2
De Forest, Emily Johnston, 1851- 2
Early maps 2
Folklore 2
Hispanic Society of America. Library 2
Latin America -- History Bibliography 2
Maps, Early 2
Navigation 2
Rare books 2
Sculpture 2
Sculpture, Greek 2
Sculpture, Roman 2
Spanish literature -- Classical period, 1500-1700 2
Spanish literature -- To 1500 2
Arias Montano, Benito, 1527-1598 1
Art, Medieval 1
Aztecs 1
Bibliography 1
Cartography -- History 1
Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de, 1547-1616 1
Charts, diagrams, etc 1
Chile -- Biography 1
De Forest, Robert W. Mrs 1
Ecuador -- Description and travel 1
Folk songs, Spanish 1
Glassware -- Spain 1
Guya y Lucientes, Francisco José de, 1746-1828 1
Hairdressing -- Spain 1
Humanists -- Spain 1
Iberic studies 1
Islamic art 1
Jewelry -- Spain 1
Luster-ware, Islamic 1
Majolica, Mexican -- Private collections Exhibitions 1
Manuscripts 1
Manuscripts, Italian 1
Marble sculpture, Spanish -- New York (State) New York 1
Museo del Prado 1
Navigation -- History 1
Paraguay -- Biography 1
Philosophy 1
Pottery -- New York (State) 1
Pottery -- New York (State) New York 1
Pottery, Islamic 1
Pottery, Mexican -- Private collections Exhibitions 1
Printing 1
Quito (Ecuador) -- Description and travel 1
Rare books. 1
Sculpture -- New York (State) New York 1
Sculpture, Classical -- New York (State) New York 1
Sculpture, Greek -- New York (State) New York 1
Sculpture, Roman -- New York (State) New York 1
South America -- History Bibliography 1
South America -- History Sources 1
Spanish literature Classical period, 1500-1700 Bibliography. 1
Spanish literature Early to 1500 Bibliography. 1
Spanish poetry 1
Tapestry -- Spain 1
World maps, Manuscript 1
Zuloaga, Ignacio, 1870- [from old catalog] 1
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